U.S. Foreign Policy Challenges in 2004, Pt. 2

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Iraq, North Korea and the Middle East may be at the top of the foreign policy agenda. But what about AIDS in Africa, Cuba, the economic crisis in Zimbabwe and the new trade pact in Central America? Join Neal Conan and his guests for part two in our series on foreign policy, as the focus shifts to Africa and the Americas.


Richard Feinberg
*Senior director of the Office of Inter-American Affairs on the National Security Council in the Clinton administration
*Now professor of international relations at the University of California at San Diego

Dr. Paul Zeitz
*Executive Director of Global Aids Alliance

Akwe Amosu
*Executive editor of allAfrica.com

Ivo Daalder
*Senior fellow at the Brookings Institution
*Co-author of America Unbound: The Bush Revolution in Foreign Policy (Brookings Institution, October 2003)

Josef Joffe
*Editor of Die Zeit, a German weekly newspaper



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